Creating Secure Passwords

While we take security seriously here at HostRocket, and do everything in our power to prevent unauthorized access to our customers' accounts, it never hurts to further secure your account by using secure passwords and to change your passwords regularly.

To maximize the security of your account, create unique passwords containing at least eight random alphanumeric characters or symbols, and alternate between upper and lower case letters (ex: 4b1F9Zr2). Avoid using actual dictionary words and never use personal information such as names, dates etc. Also, avoid using the same password for different logins (your account, MySQL databases, message boards etc).

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